Graduate Success

Undecided/Exploratory majors can transfer to most of LVC’s 40 majors or can craft an individualized major (self-designed major) to pursue specific career interests. Past self-designed majors include biotechnology business, chemistry and artifact conservation, environmental economics and policy, fashion buying and marketing, and forensic sociology, among many others.

Chris Ware graduated with a psychology degree from Lebanon Valley College

Psychology Alum Pursues Career As Sexual Assault Counselor

Psychology graduate Chris Ware '17 found her calling working as a sexual assault advocate and counselor at SARCC in Lebanon.

Ed Mazzetta started as undecided at Lebanon Valley College

Snakes and Stand-Up

By day, Edward Mazzetta ’20 is a traditional college student pursuing his sociology degree at LVC. On the weekends, he is a professional snake breeder with a growing business.

Carolyn Enigk started as an undecided major at Lebanon Valley College

Finding a Connection

Carolyn Enigk '20 planned to take a gap year to travel but then enrolled at LVC on a whim. Now she's closing in on graduation and looking forward to a career inspired by her LVC professors.

Regardless of your expertise, it is important to be well rounded. In all of my encounters with the faculty, they genuinely care about their students and about their students’ success.

Post-Doctoral Fellow, National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute

Dr. Mary Olanich ’05